Parsnip Seeds

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A close relative of carrots and one of the most cold-hardy vegetables, parsnips are suitable for fall and early spring harvests, and hold well in storage. For the best flavor, parsnips should be exposed to a couple of weeks of cold temperatures before harvest. The sweetest and most flavorful parsnips are held overwinter in the ground and harvested early the following spring. Parsnips share most of the same cultural needs as carrots, but require a longer growing season. They go very well when roasted with other root vegetables, and can be used to replace carrots in many recipes, including in baked goods.


All-American Parsnip

Parsnips All American 200 Non-GMO, Heirloom Seeds

$4.45--Out

This little root has it all! Sweet, tender, with an unbeatable texture--no wonder this is our most popular Parsnip! All-American is right, this one is a heavy hitter!   Harvest in about 120 days.


Harris Model Parsnips

Parsnips Harris Model 200 Non-GMO, Heirloom Seeds

$4.45

A classic Heirloom Parsnip, Harris Model has been a favorite of home gardeners for generations! Sweet, with a distinctive "nutty" flavor, parsnips can take the place of carrots in many a recipes.  Harvest in about 120 days.


Hollow Crown Parsnip

Parsnips Hollow Crown 200 Non-GMO, Heirloom Seeds 

$4.45

A standard fall crop in many home gardens and family farms, Hollow Crown Parsnip is known for its smooth, sweet root and excellent storage stability. 12 to 15 inch roots.  Harvest in about 120 days.


Javelin Parsnip

Parsnips Javelin 200 Non-GMO, Hybrid Seeds

$4.45

For overwintering/spring harvests. Slim, smooth, tapered roots with shallow crown. Consistent performer with strong field resistance to canker, making it ideal for overwintering. Javelin has a narrower root and holds its size longer in the field.  Harvest in about 110 days.


White Spear Parsnip

Parsnips White Spear 500 Non-GMO, Open Pollinated Seeds

$4.45

Very white roots. Classic parsnip shape with a deep crown set, wide, rounded shoulders, and quick tapering roots. Compared to Lancer, which it replaces, White Spear has more uniform root shape and plant vigor.  Harvest in about 120 days.


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